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Randall Packard will be speaking at the University of North Carolina Department of History on Friday, October 7. Dr. Packard's talk will be on the globalization of medical history.
Squashwise, a youth development program providing academic and social support to Baltimore City public school students, has been named the 2016 recipient of the Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award....
On Tuesday, October 4, Visiting Professor Michael Shiyung Liu will present his research on "Cold War Medicine in East Asia" as part of the East Asian Studies Lecture Series. The talk will be held in...
Kirsten Moore-Sheeley and Alicia Puglionesi ('15) will present at the 2016 Introductory Symposium at the Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine on Wednesday, Sept. 28, in...
Graham Mooney will deliver the keynote lecture, "Fumigation, Disinfection, and the Debris of Living," at the conference, Techniques, Technologies and Materialities of Epidemic Control, at the Centre...
On Friday, August 12, Prof. Graham Mooney will present "Primary Care in a Hypersegregated City: Baltimore, 1945 to the Present," as part of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society's History of...
Recent alum Alicia Puglionesi ('15) has a paper in the July issue of Medical History. The article, "Drawing as Instrument, Drawings as Evidence: Capturing Mental Processes with Pencil and Paper,"...
Dept. Chair Randall Packard has two journal articles coming out this summer. “Indexing Immunity to Malaria in South Africa in the 1920s and 1930s” appears in Anthropology Southern Africa 39, no. 2 ,...
Jeremy Greene has coauthored a feature article on the history of clinical trials, "Assessing the Gold Standard — Lessons from the History of RCTs" (with Laura E. Bothwell, Scott Podolsky, and David...
On Friday, May 27, Jeremy Greene will talk on "Gray Market Medicines: Diphtheria Antitoxin and the Decay of Biomedical Infrastructure" (with Dora Vargha) at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, as...

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